Tesla Motors will unveil the newest model of its "electric supercar," the Model X, in a live webcast tonight, Feb. 9, at 8 p.m. PST.
Tesla is positioning itself as the electric car manufacturer for those who want a "green" car without sacrificing style - one look at a Tesla Roadster or the Model X's predecessor, the Model S, and one might think they were looking at a snazzy new Porsche, Camaro, Ferrari or the like.
The pricing of the Model S ranges from $49,900 for the base model, all the way up to just under $100,000, if one opts for a longer-lasting battery, other amenities, a signature color and more.
To date, Tesla has sold more than 2,000 electric cars in 31 countries around the globe. Their owners have driven more than 18 million electric miles.
Following , interested buyers will be able to reserve their Model X cars through Tesla's website, beginning Friday morning, Feb. 10. They can also walk into the showroom located at 300 El Camino Real in Menlo Park to talk to someone in person.
To watch tonight's live webcast, visit www.teslamotors.com.